[Podcast] Women and Parkinson’s

Three women smiling. They are all different ages. One is a white woman with white hair, glasses, and a grey shirt. The middle is an asian woman with black hair, a blue tank top, and light blue pants. The right woman is a white woman with ombre hair in a light blue button-down on top of a cerulean shirt.

In this episode, Kat Hill, Karen Jaffe, Soania Mathur, and Nabila Dahodwala discuss:

  • Hormonal life stages and Parkinson’s (including premenstrual, pregnancy, and pre-or post-menopausal)
  • Hormone therapies (particularly estrogen and progesterone) and Parkinson’s 
  • Motor and non-motor symptoms in women with Parkinson’s
  • Psychosocial and mental health issues in women with Parkinson’s 
  • Relationships and social roles for women with Parkinson’s 
  • Care team considerations and communication 

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